Category Archives: Ong’s Hat

The Creepy Curse of Ong’s Hat Calls: A Haunting Mystery

This is weird. I think the authors of this piece are conflating this interview I did with David Jay Brown and Rebecca Novack with the Ong’s Hat mythos. Oh well. More grist for the rumor mill, I guess.

In the realm of urban legends and Internet folklore, few tales are as unnerving and enigmatic as the “Curse of Ong’s Hat Calls.” This disturbing story, originating from the early days of the internet, has captivated curious minds with its haunting phone calls and eerie connections to an abandoned New Jersey town. In this article, we delve into the chilling details of the Ong’s Hat Calls, exploring its origins, reported experiences, and the enduring mystery that surrounds it.


29.23 – MU Podcast – South Pole Secrets

MU Podcast 29.23 features the Flaming Plasma Fields, Weaponising the Paranormal, and Legend Tripping with Ong’s Hat

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Former military contractors, soldiers, pilots, and more have come forward with shocking claims of Antarctic space weapons facilities, cloaking, and even teleportation technologies that are in the hands of a dark faction hidden from the rest of society. We hear these reports and discuss the possibility that a very real phenomenon is sweeping the globe, and those in power will do anything to keep it hidden from us.

El Sombrero de Ong La Aterradora Leyenda Urbana que Debes Conocer




El sombrero de Ong es una de las primeras teorías de conspiración que se conocen tras la creación de internet. Se ha catalogado como un cuento o una broma pero incluso hoy en día hay gente que piensa que podría ser real. La documentación que existe sobre este misterio no tiene autor, está dividida en antiguos faxes, redes BBS, imágenes en sitios web, documentos de científicos rebeldes que conocían el secreto. Etc. Aparecieron en la radio de la época y se fotocopiaban documentos para distribuirlos en todas partes. En 1978 un hombre llamado Wali Ford compró 200 acres de tierra boscosa para construir un refugio donde evadirse con sus amigos en un lugar llamado Pine Barrens. Llamaría al refugio Ashram un lugar espiritual donde poder realizar experimentos sin el ojo crítico del mundo. Sus amigos eran un grupo de profesores de la universidad de Princenton que se reunían allí en secreto para realizar experimentos de física cuántica combinados con la teoría del caos para descubrir un método de viaje dimensional.

That Would Be Rad: S3 E15: Ong’s Hat – A Gateway to New Dimensions

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Welcome back to That Would Be Rad! This week we dive into the strange and intriguing story of Ong’s Hat, a small town in New Jersey that became the subject of countless rumors and legends. Join us as we explore the potential for interdimensional travel, Chaos Magic and Syncro-Shamanism and uncover the truth behind the Ong’s Hat mystery. This is a legendary pre-internet/early internet mystery that has been discussed with the same amount of passion since it’s inception back in the late 80s. What initially started with crude, xeroxed copies of pamphlets, ended up with clues uncovered across all corners of the early internets message boards and late night AOL chat rooms. Rumors of Ong’s Hat circulated around the town for decades, including the claims of a secret research facility and interdimensional travel experiments…and perhaps a successful opening of the GATE that leads to a parallel world. So – buckle up, polish those tin-foil hats, and get ready for the ride of your life, as we uncover the truth and all the secrets behind: ONG’S HAT – A GATEWAY TO NEW DIMENSIONS.

Interdimensional travel, cults, & murder. The mysteries of ONG’S HAT, NJ


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They Invented Something Dangerous In This Cabin…

There have been many accounts of people finding portals to another world all over the world. Sometimes on purpose, sometimes not so much. Today, we’ll look at the story of Ong’s hat, this may just be some of the most well-known cases of interdimensional travel we know to date. And the people involved have never been found since.

Situated in Pemberton Township, Burlington County, New Jersey, if you dare to venture further in, you may find yourself in Ong’s Hat. Don’t be deceived by the desolate looks of Ong’s Hat, because this once was a bustling little town in the 1860s.

People travelled far and wide to get a taste of their booze and watch drunk people stumbled all over the place.

By the 1980s, the place was no longer as lively as it once was. The descendants of those who first settled at Ong’s Hat have long sinced moved on to other places where jobs were more abundants and wealth was easier to acheive.

There in the middle of nowhere, Ong’s Hat fell into disrepair.

Everything, the houses, the pub, the paved road, were all torn apart. The material, used to build something else, somewhere else. What’s left was a single shed.

This shed was not just any shed. It hid a very dark secret.

Imagine, waking up one day and seeing a pamflet by your front door. You put on your reading glasses and it says “Ong’s Hat, gateway to the dimensions”.

That’s exactly what many people woke up to find one day.

Further analysis reveals that the paper was published by the Institute of Chaos Studies and Moorish Science Ashram.

The pamphlet explained that the land was sacred to the Moorish science ashram, which was founded in 1978.

It’s at this lone cabin at Ong’s Hat that a group of scientists would make a breakthrough. They have never been seen since.

Join me as we dive into this enigmatic story of Ong’s Hat.

Ghost Towns in NJ That Deserve a Day Trip

Ghost towns in NJ are a reminder of the state’s rich history and offer a glimpse into the past.

County and Current Town: Burlington County, Pemberton Township ARTICLE LINK: Speaking of ghost stories… Ong’s Hat is one of New Jersey’s most notorious locations. It’s the basis of a popular early “secret history” Internet conspiracy theory. Weird NJ promotes the theory it is a gateway to another dimension. Still others believe Ong’s Hat is a popular haunting ground of the Jersey Devil. The legend of the Jersey Devil shouldn’t scare you from visiting this fascinating ghost town in the New Jersey Pine Barrens. The Ong family moved to Burlington County in the late 1600s. They found the area conducive for farming and harvesting cedars, and a town sprung up around them. The town remained in relative anonymity until a series of deaths and murders brought with them public intrigue — and future Pine Barrens legends. The town was deserted by the 1920s, but some remnants of the former hamlet remain. Visit Ong’s Hat, and decide what is fact and fiction for yourself.

Creepaway Camp 2023 – Day 6: Jacob’s Revenge & The Forest of Three

A coming-of-age take on legend tripping at Ong’s Hat and some other mystery stories for your enjoyment.


Jacob’s Revenge

Written and narrated by Owen McCuen

The Forest of Three


Written by: Cdaley and Narrated by: JV Hampton-VanSant

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Title music by Alex Aldea